WHITE STAR LINE
STEAMERS. These well
steamers, all constructed by Messrs. Harland and Wolff,
Belfast, are intended to sail from
LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK every WEDNESDAY
Calling at QUEENSTOWN following day to embark
Mails and Passengers.
BRITANNIC Wednesday, Oct. 10
*CELTIC Wednesday, Oct. 17
GERMANIC Wednesday, Oct. 24
*ADRIATIC Wednesday, Oct.31
BRITANNIC Wednesday,Nov. 7
SECOND Cabin will be carried on the voyages marked
thus (*). FARE ÃƒÂ·7 and ÃƒÂ·8.
STEERAGE PASSAGE AT LOW RATES.
The Steerages are unusually spacious, well-lighted,
ventilated and warmed, and passengers of this class
receive the utmost civility and attention. Cattle,
sheep, or pigs are not taken by this line. An unlimited
supply of Cooked Provisions. Medical comforts
free of charge. Stewardesses in Steerage to attend
the Women and Children.
Saloon Passage, ÃƒÂ·12, to ÃƒÂ·22.
Passengers booked through, at low rates, to all parts
of the United States and Canada. Apply to W. C.
B. THOMPSON, Guardian Office, Armagh; Charles
O'Hare, 46, Barrack Street, Armagh; J. G. Livingston,
Portadown; James Scott, & Co., Queenstown;
or to ISMAY, IMRIE, & CO. 10, Water-street,